Butler College is one of six residential colleges at Princeton University. Founded in 1983, Butler became a four-year college in 2009, when the new dormitory complex of 1967, 1976, Bogle, Yoseloff and Wilf Halls opened. Butler currently houses approximately one hundred and fifty juniors and seniors along with four hundred underclassmen, ten graduate students, and a resident faculty fellow. Butler residents hail from every corner of the nation and the globe, and represent a remarkable diversity of backgrounds and interests. One of the aims of the residential college system is to build a strong sense of community, providing a living and learning environment that serves to enrich the Princeton experience in untold ways. Butler’s academic and social programming, much of which is organized by the students themselves, as well as its multiple layers of advising resources, provide a welcoming home for students throughout their Princeton careers. We are very proud of our architecture at Butler, but our focus has always been on people – students, faculty and staff working together to get the most out of our collective Princeton experience.